From bedding goods to coordinated outfits, usher in the Year of the Tiger with these essentials.
In preparation for Chinese New Year, Uniqlo will be offering an all-new line of LifeWear essentials such as pieces perfect for family coordination and bedding goods for spring cleaning.
There will also be special additions such as complimentary Chinese New Year goodies for UNIQLO APP members as well as a unique collaboration with local artist, The Woke Salaryman to get you into the festive mood.
Here’s a quick look at some of the LifeWear pieces:
If you’re unsure of how to style the new pieces, you can tune in to the Live! With UNIQLO livestream on Jan 20 at 6.30pm on Uniqlo’s instagram where they’ll share some styling tips and even a sneak preview of the 22SS season lineup of clothes.
As part of its ongoing efforts to support local brands and artists, Uniqlo will also be collaborating with The Woke Salaryman to launch a special UTme! Collaboration this new year.
The collection will be centred around the theme of A Singaporean Lunar New Year, and will feature eight witty illustrations of popular New Year greetings that add a touch of local humour.
Exclusive, complimentary Chinese New Year goodies will also be available for UNIQLO APP members who make a minimum purchase of $88 nett online or in stores.
These include red packets and limited edition snack trays, and will be available for redemption from Jan 17 to Jan 30.
In partnership with Tong Garden, the flagship store at Orchard Central will also host a snack station for UNIQLO APP members to redeem mixed snack packs. The same terms and conditions as the redemption of red packets and snack trays apply.
During this period, there will also be new UT launches, starting with Keith Haring’s first exhibition artworks which are now available online and in all stores.
The next two collections to be released in mid Jan are PEANUTS Sunday Specials and the highly anticipated Jujutsu Kaisen: Zero. The last UT collection is LINE FRIENDS and will be released in late Jan.
Marketing Director of Uniqlo Singapore, Joyce Tan said: “For many of us, Chinese New Year is a time to honour familial ties and a reunion of generations. We want to take this opportunity to celebrate a new beginning and new style of togetherness.”
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